DOE’s SS21 Collection is Inspired by the Local Rainy Season

Apparel infused with wet weather graphics.

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Shanghai streetwear staple DOE has unveiled the final instalment of its versatile Spring/Summer 2021 collection, comprising a selection of everyday staples, infused with nods to a wetter-than-normal summer.

Entitled “ENDLESS RAIN”, the collection draws inspiration from the local rainy season, dressing a selection of apparel with raindrops and graphics showing a huddle of people keeping dry amidst wet conditions.

Showcased with a subtle-but-effective lookbook, the aforementioned graphics can be found on a selection of T-Shirts, shirts and shorts, providing a unique look into what rain looks like in a season better associated with the sun.

Set to drop on May 27, more information regarding DOE’s “ENDLESS RAIN” SS21 collection will be available from the brand’s Instagram account.

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